Irreverence On Air: My Interview on the “Become More Compelling” Podcast

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One of the coolest – and pretty unexpected – things about becoming a blogger and author is being invited to discuss my work with people I respect. It’s both a privilege and an honor, and one I’m definitely still getting used to.

But I have to say, it’s also a helluva lot of fun. Case and point, I recently had the good fortune of discussing my new book Ready to Roar: How Shy, Quiet, Self-Doubting Guys Become Strong, Charming, Self-Confident Man, with podcast host Jeff Callahan.

In addition to being a great podcast host, Jeff’s a writer, coach and the founder of Become More Compelling, a website and podcast dedicated to helping people bolster their people skills to improve their business and social lives.

He and I have a lot in common, so we had a great chat about ways you can overcome over-thinking, avoid information overload, improve your people skills, chat up strangers at parties and a lot more.

It was a great conversation and a real pleasure to share some tips that I think can really help people. You can listen for yourself using the player below, or find Become More Compelling Radio on iTunes.

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Irreverent Gent founder Dave Bowden is a men’s style specialist, an Amazon bestselling author, an unrepentant introvert, a long-suffering (but very patient) Toronto sports fan and the husband of a wonderful (and thankfully even more patient) wife.

2 thoughts on “Irreverence On Air: My Interview on the “Become More Compelling” Podcast”

    • Thanks Eli! I have thought about a podcast, but it’s tough to find the time to get started. Great to know that you got something out of the interview though – this might be the encouragement I need to get up off my ass and get a podcast up and running!

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